Los Tios in Houston

  I’ve Been Revisiting Los Tios in Houston for Decades….I am a fourth-generation Houstonian. When my great grandfather moved to Houston in 1870, there were no Mexican/Tex-Mex restaurants here. It’s a different story now, however. I have been a lover of Tex-Mex food all of my life.  In fact, I believe that my first exposure to Tex-Mex food, other than …

The Top Ten Most Popular Articles on This Blog (By Type of Food/Restaurant or Recipe)?

I thought it would be instructive to take a look at the most popular posts on this blog and rank the Top Ten from the standpoint of the number of hits by type of food, restaurant or recipe.  Frankly, I was quite surprised at the number of people who were interested in finding a good hot …

El Tiempo on Navigation a First Look and Taste

Heads Los Angeles, tails Houston…  Houston has won the toss and will receive! In 1949, Domenic Tommy (DT) and Ninfa Laurenzoflipped a coin. They were unable to make a decision between moving to Los Angeles or Houston. Heads, Los Angeles and tails Houston. Luckily for Houston, it was tails and they packed up and moved …

Hugo’s Regional Mexican Cuisine… the Test and Taste of Authenticity

In my opinion, Hugo’s has the most extensive all-around selection of authentic regional Mexican cuisine of any restaurant in Houston. I spend as much as half of my time in Mexico writing about the cultures and cuisines for my blog  Jack Tyler’s Mexico.  I’m not exaggerating when I say that I am asked almost every day to recommend the …

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